Greg Jennings Retires

Greg Jennings Retires
25 Jul
Not in Hall of Fame
We have another significant retirement in the National Football League.

At the age of 32, Wide Receiver, Greg Jennings has announced his retirement from the game of Football, last playing with the Miami Dolphins.

A second round pick out of Western Michigan, Jennings would become a starter quickly and in 2008 would enjoy his first of his three straight seasons where he would exceed over 1,000 Yards Receiving.  That third 1,000 Yard season would become the most memorable one as he would net his first of two Pro Bowls and would win the Super Bowl.

In 2013, Jennings would join the Minnesota Vikings, where he would play for two seasons before finishing off his career with Miami.

Overall, Greg Jennings caught 571 passes for 8,291 Yards and 64 Touchdowns.  He will eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2021.

We here at would like to congratulate Greg Jennings on a wonderful career in Professional Football.
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